I have been using FireFox 3.6 and Flash player plug in V10 for some
time, and if I wanted to save a YouTube video(s), I know how to save it/them
from the Cache. Note: I have my own technique.
Today I went to YouTube, but I no longer can view videos with my
older Flash plug in. I could not install a newer Flash plug in unless I have
FireFox 4.0 or later. I couldn't find that version at Mozilla's web site so
I downloaded FireFox 14 (newest FireFox). After installing the new FireFox,
I had no trouble downloading/installing the Flash player plug in V11.
I had no trouble viewing a video(s) at YouTube, but now I can
not save the video(s) from the Cache because it is no longer a "single
location", but contains multiple locations. The video is no longer a single
file, but "split" into parts.
I suppose there may be a plug in that would allow me to save a
YouTube video, but I have no clue what it is. Do you know?